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Length of selection in fractional milliseconds

 
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ashley



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PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2016 10:14 pm    Post subject: Length of selection in fractional milliseconds Reply with quote

This is probably for Martin, unless I've missed something...

I'm measuring the latency of my electronic percussion rig.

I'm using Amadeus Pro 2.1.7. I can select a small region of sound, and see the length by clicking on the time indicator at the top right. This is quick and easy, but: the precision of that time indicator seems limited to integer milliseconds (eg 00'00''007).

The regions of sound I'm measuring are a small number of milliseconds, so I'd like to see some information about the fractional part also (eg 00'00''007.84).

I've tried fiddling with the Time units format string, but I can't get it to show more information.

I know I can see this information in samples, but I'd like the results in seconds, and I'd rather the computer do the math.

Best wishes... Ashley.
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Martin Hairer
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2016 9:12 am    Post subject: Length of selection in fractional milliseconds Reply with quote

Hi, what you describe corresponds to the following format:

|60:2|'|1:2|''|1/1000:3|.|1/100000:2|

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Martin

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